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Need professional advice for your consent to let with The Chorley & District Building Society? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Examples of recent questions relating to The Chorley & District Building Society consent to let

  • Due to problems with the area we live in (it's rough!), we now want to move. As selling the house will result in redemption penalties to The Chorley & District Building Society of £5000, we thought that it would best to let it out. In the circumstances we need consent to let from The Chorley & District Building Society only a year. Will The Chorley & District Building Society grant consent?

  • A friend of mine suggested that this winter I rent out my home and make money from it while I am on holiday. I only plan to be away for a fortnight. Will consent to let be needed from The Chorley & District Building Society?

  • I am looking to emigrate to Germany . Rather than sell up, I wish to let my current property out, just in case things fail to work out and I decide to come back within a couple of years. I have a current mortgage is with The Chorley & District Building Society. Would I be able to refinance with another mortgage company on a much lower interest rate then apply for Consent to Let once the re mortgage is in place?
  • If a landlord chooses to rent out their property without consent to let by The Chorley & District Building Society - what, if any implication could there be for an agent acting on their behalf?
  • I have split up with my wife and we have each moved into our parents house and intend to divorce. What do I have to do to get The Chorley & District Building Society to give consent to let the property out to tenants?
  • Am I required to wait for consent to let to be granted on my current domestic mortgage with The Chorley & District Building Society before applying for a resi mortgage on a new property?
  • I wondered if you could help clarify the process for getting a consent to let from The Chorley & District Building Society? Are there certain requirements like you must have owned the property for over 9 or 12 months before its given?
  • I am currently remortgaging and investigating the flexibility of certain lenders when it comes to consent to let. The Chorley & District Building Society is one of the lenders I am considering. How accommodating are they are far as consent to let is concerned?